I’m in general agreement with this rousing defence of CSS. I think it does a pretty great job of balancing a whole ton of use cases.
Archive: May 8th, 2013
Josh has been teaching HTML and CSS schoolkids. I love the pages that they’ve made. I really mean it. I genuinely think these are wonderful!
Zooniverse have done it again. Now you can help in the hunt for sources of gravitational lensing.
It’s informative. It’s fun. It has genuine scientific value.
I can’t see it myself. But I can’t guarantee that we weren’t somehow unconsciously influenced by these guys.
Just to set the record straight, I gave them a call.
Update: a few points of clarification:
- Garry from Kent Web Host is totally cool with me publishing our conversation.
- I’m not publishing this out of any spirit of schadenfreude. I’m publishing it because it was a fun conversation and Garry handled the situation like a true gent.
- Garry is a really nice guy. If you want to say unkind things about him on Twitter when you’re linking to this, don’t: you don’t know what you’re talking about.
A lovely little highlight reel that Craig put together from the Responsive Day Out.